Provides financial assistance for businesses, agricultural sector, public sector bodies, schools, community centres, and non-profit societies to install solar PV panels.
Aims to reduce electricity costs, demonstrate sustainability commitment, and contribute to Ireland’s climate goals.
Grant funding available for systems up to a maximum of 1000kWp.
Grant amounts vary based on the standard output of the solar PV system. Maximum grant offering is €162,600 for systems ranging from 1kWp to 1000kWp.
Who is Eligible for Non-Domestic Commercial Solar PV Grant Funding?
The Non-Domestic Grant presents a valuable opportunity for a broad range of industries to embrace solar energy initiatives and receive financial support for it. Designed to support solar PV projects, the grant welcomes eligible applicants from diverse sectors, facilitating the widespread adoption of sustainable practices and renewable energy solutions. This initiative seeks to strengthen the commitment to sustainability across different sectors, contributing to a greener and more environmentally conscious future. We know how the process works and can prepare your application on your behalf. Below is a summary of who is eligible for the SEAI Non-Domestic grant.
Targeted Agriculture Modernisation Schemes (TAMS 3) provide grants to farmers to build and/or improve a specified range of farm buildings and equipment on their holding. TAMS 3 Solar Capital Investment Scheme is now open for applications. This initiative aims to support farmers in building and improving farm infrastructure with a focus on solar investments. Here are key details.
The Solar Capital Investment Scheme encourages the adoption of solar investments, fostering a shift away from fossil energy dependence.
This not only contributes to a sustainable future but also insulates your business from the volatility of fossil fuel markets.
Transform your business with clean, renewable energy. Contact our TAMS3 expert to secure your share of the Solar Capital Investment Scheme and propel your business towards a greener and more sustainable future.